The Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show is returning to London for the 100th time this year.
It is an event that brings thousands of people to London each year and with it being such a momentous show in 2013, there is sure to be more interest in attending than ever before.
However, there is only so many people that the 11-acre site can fit in during the five days so those interested in attending will need to be quick to book their stays in luxury suites in London.
Indeed, there will be a total of 15 spectacular show gardens, 11 fresh patches demonstrating the best of contemporary garden design and eight artisan gardens.
In addition to this, visitors will be able to look around 150 exhibits from nurseries and florists in the Great Pavilion, as well as up to 250 trade stands, meaning that there will be something to suit absolutely all needs.
This year’s event will not only have flowers to keep people mesmerised and entertained, but there is also set to be a centenary opera concert taking place on the evening of the final day.
The ground will play host to the Opera Holland Park, which will present a concert that features some of the most famous and emotive flower-themed performances including The Flower Duets from Delibes’ Lakme and The Flower Song in Carmen.
Members of the general public can only attend the event on the last three days and tickets for attendance each day will range from £28, with the most expensive costing visitors just £55.